Where we work
Located in the National Capital Region (Delhi), our factory covers an area of 8,000 square feet and houses several high-end machines.
These include single and double needle Brother sewing machines, five-thread Brother overlock machines, Pegasus four-thread overlock machine, flat lock Pegasus machines, Hashima fusing machines, Collar and Cuff die cutting machines and trimmer edging machines. The factory also houses feed-of-the-arm machines for making sleeves and trouser legs, Kansai special machines for making plackets and attaching belts and, buttoning machines.
We ensure the strictest quality control measures and provide in-house washing and finishing facilities for both woven and hosiery garments. We have boilers and steam press tables. In addition, if required, we have the cability to double our production capacity.
We have specialised areas for every step of the process: fabric storage, cutting, accessories, embroidery, stitching, finishing and packing.
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How we work
Our capabilities extend from participation in the design conception, to sampling and production (pattern and fabric cutting, printing, dying, embellishment, embroidery, stitching and finishing).
Most members of our core team have been with us for over 10 – 20 years. Among others, these include 4 masters each of whom have their own specialty – cutting, pattern development, sampling and production. In addition, we have an embroidery design master in charge of a group of 30 artisans who specialise in intricate hand embroidery. Our team also includes a finshing expert who leads a specialised team.
Something to mention here is that over the years, we've collected thousands of patterns, so it’s likely we already have what you need but if we don’t, we’ll make it from scratch.
India has a rich tradition of craftsmanship, and we have dedicated artisans, or kaarigars, who develop complex embroideries and work in-house. While they are highly skilled in following designs presented to them, they’re often instrumental in providing creative insights based on their years of experience. We are constantly innovating (while preserving) age-old techniques to develop contemporary designs.
We’re proud of the wide range of fabrics we can source and how we treat them. We employ dyers dedicated to our specifications and only use safe and friendly dyes. In addition to our strong local supplier network, we have dedicated looms for fabric development run by artisans in villages across North India with whom we’ve worked since our inception.